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Re: [BCD396XT] Need Input

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  • MCH
    It will also help putting carrots around the link which should be understood by all email clients. For example, . Note, the above is not sent
    Message 1 of 6 , Mar 13, 2012
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      It will also help putting carrots around the link which should be
      understood by all email clients. For example, <<LINK-ADDRRESS>>.

      Note, the above is not sent as an actual link - replace
      LINK-ADDRESS with the actual URL you are sending.

      Joe M.

      Jim Walls wrote:
      > On 3/12/2012 17:23, John L Waller wrote:
      >> One tip here, the link did not work. The reason is that the period is included in the link “BCD396XT.” does not exist, although “BCD396XT” does exist. Your email client just automatically included the period in the link. I usually start a new line after the link because I have found that even space may get included, which throws it off….
      >>
      >
      > Actually it was not Paul's E-Mail client - it was Yahoo on the web
      > interface and / or your E-Mail client. The original message from Paul
      > had the link correct on my E-Mail client (Thunderbird), as did your
      > reply message. However the web interface to the group has it wrong on
      > both the original and your reply. Thank you Yahoo...
      >
      > However your point should be well taken. I normally put links on a line
      > all by themselves for that very reason.
      >
      >
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